The Passport Office Introduces Immigrant US Passport Information in Spanish

The Passport Office has recently added a new section on their website that provides some of the necessary information in Spanish.

Online PR News – 17-June-2016 – Orlando, Florida – Information on immigrant visa has been made available in the Spanish language on the website of Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA). In light of this addition, The Passport Office has also recently added a new section on their website that provides some of the necessary information in Spanish. A direct link will take you to the much talked about page.

This step to include US passport services in Spanish has been taken in an attempt to improve both customer service as well as operations to the section of immigrants who speak the language and seek information in the same language. In the year 2014 alone the CA issued 14 million passports and since bulk of the candidates who seek information on the website speaks Spanish this step has been taken to cater to their needs.

Although limited in content, the information in Spanish language includes particular requirements for adults who are applying for the first time, or passport renewals, minor applicants under the age of 16 years as well as young adults between 16 years and 17 years. This new content on the website is an enhancement to the already available information via their toll-free line. This toll-free line also connects such candidates to respective bilingual customer care representatives at the Center.

Information on how to apply for US passport in Spanish is made available on the website along with ways you can track an order as well as some useful tips for travelers. In addition, immigrants can also use the toll-free number provided on the website if they have any further questions regarding their application. The section has been designed at par in quality with the remaining sections of the website and has been made extremely user friendly with easy navigation and one click downloads. Even if individuals have a damaged passport, they will find useful information on how to find a solution to that problem on the website of Thepassportoffice. “Spanish is a globally spoken language and research has shown that everyday more people speaking the language seek information on how to apply for visa. It is a wise decision to make such information available to the bulk of the people who are looking for it each day,” says a spokesperson at Thepassportoffice.

Visit Spanish section for more information on passport application in Spanish.